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ITC rules Arista infringed Cisco’s patents … again

Natalie Rahhal, New York


The International Trade Commission has ruled that Arista’s components for routers and networking systems infringe two Cisco patents. This follows a June ITC judgment that Arista infringed three other Cisco’s patents

Arista has been found to infringe Cisco’s patents by the International Trade Commission.

The ITC’s ruling, administered by Judge Mary Joan McNamara, found that Arista had imported into the US two components for routers and networking systems that infringe...


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